Netflix’s “The Dig” Screen Captures


Written by Elise on February 05 2021

In case you missed it, Simon Stone’s “The Dig” became available to watch on Netflix on Friday, January 29. Carey portrays Edith Pretty in the film, which is based on real-life events that took place back in the late 1930s. I have added over 1,200 high-quality screen captures of Carey in it, which you should definitely check out!

Based on the 2007 novel of the same name by John Preston, and also starring Ralph Fiennes and Lily James, “The Dig” reimagines the famous events of the 1939 excavation of Sutton Hoo.

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Netflix’s “The Dig” First Trailer & Release Date


Written by Elise on December 03 2020

Netflix has finally revealed the first trailer for its UK production, “The Dig“. The film, starring Carey Mulligan, Ralph Fiennes, Lily James, Johnny Flynn, Ben Chaplin, and Ken Scott will be released in select theatres on January 15 and on Netflix on January 29.

As WWII looms, a wealthy widow (Carey Mulligan) hires an amateur archaeologist (Ralph Fiennes) to excavate the burial mounds on her estate. When they make a historic discovery, the echoes of Britain’s past resonate in the face of its uncertain future‎.

First look at Netflix’s “The Dig”


Written by Elise on October 29 2020

Netflix has released the first look at the upcoming film “The Dig,” based on the 2007 novel of the same name by John Preston, and starring Carey Mulligan, Lily James, and Ralph Fiennes. It tells the story of the most famous archaeological dig in modern British history – the discovery of the Anglo-Saxon burial ship at Sutton Hoo, known as “Britain’s Tutankhamun”.

Carey stars as Edith Pretty, an English landowner on whose land the Sutton Hoo ship burial was discovered after she had paid Basil Brown (Ralph Fiennes), a local archaeologist, to find out if anything lay beneath the mounds on her property.

According to Digital Spy, Lily James admitted that the dark nature of the film and the paranoia her character experiences had a big impact on her while filming. “Towards the end of making it, I started getting this thing where my heart was beating so loudly that you could hear it,” she said. “It’s really scary. All of a sudden, you become very, very aware of your heartbeat and you can feel it going really fast. And when you look at the psychological aspect of the book, and the darkness and the twistedness in it, it suddenly made sense.”

High-quality production stills have been added to our gallery.

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